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Almost 600 fewer GP surgeries in England now open at evenings and weekends than in the last Parliament, says Labour, but its figures are disputed by ministers.
New York park rangers remove a bust of NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden, which had been sneaked into a Brooklyn park at night by guerrilla artists.
South Korea's Samsung Electronics has forecast a quarterly operating profit of about 5.9 trillion won ($5.44bn; £3.65bn) for the first three months of 2015.
Tamara Rojo, principal dancer at the English National Ballet, questions whether today's pupils are instilled with the discipline needed to succeed.
A political campaigner who has motor neurone disease urges politicians to double funding to find a cure for his illness.
David Cameron's plea to Tory voters, and Tony Blair's intervention for Labour, lead the papers as the election campaign continues in earnest.
Security staff at Scotland's regional airports are due to take part in a 48-hour strike over pay and conditions.
Brazil is experiencing an economic slowdown - but one of its companies is thriving internationally, says Daniel Gallas.
Voters in Scotland have been asked to rank their top priorities in the forthcoming general election in a poll commissioned by BBC Scotland.
Emergency services work to make safe an area around a collapsed mosque in Birmingham.
The pace of the general election campaign is expected to pick up after the holiday weekend, with campaigning by all the major parties.
One year on from Afghanistan's presidential election and the country is still without a full government, writes David Loyn.
Iraqi forensic experts begin exhuming 12 suspected mass graves of Iraqi soldiers killed by Islamic State militants in June 2014.
Why strenuous runs may not be so bad for you after all
Britain's largest banks have paid 60% of their profits since 2011 in fines and repayments to customers, according to a report by accountants KPMG
How fireworks got bigger and bigger - and even bigger
EE is to begin switching some of its customers to wi-fi enabled calls to help combat mobile signal dead spots.
A former prisoner details how he saw the reality of Islamic radicalisation grow during his 15-year sentence.
England ease through day one of a St Kitts & Nevis XI warm-up with Alastair Cook and Jonathan Trott in form and Ben Stokes taking 3-10.
Dancers defy New York City subway ban